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TitleFinite element simulations for the comprehension of physical phenomena involved in electric impedance tomography of masonry structures
Author(s)Naasson, Alcantara
Ramos, Luís F.
Mendes, P. M.
Ferreira, João Amaro Oliveira
Fernandes, Francisco Manuel Carvalho Pinto
Lourenço, Paulo B.
KeywordsND testing
Electrical impedance
Tomography
Masonry
Non-Destructive Test
Electrical Impedance/Resistance Tomography
Masonry Structures
Issue dateOct-2012
PublisherJerzy Jasieńko
Abstract(s)The paper describes the preliminary studies of University of Minho on the use of Electric Impedance/Resistance Tomography to assess masonry structures. The study is focused on the analysis of values of current and voltage resulting from the use of an electrical source with voltage and frequency values from a distribution network. The analysis is made from results obtained through computer simulations, using a three-dimensional model of the idealized masonry structures. A finite element program was used for the simulations. Three types of electrodes were used in simulations, and the analysis of the results led to significant conclusions. Later masonry specimens were built and a series of preliminary tests were carried out in the laboratory. The comparative analysis of simulated and experimental results allowed identifying the factors that have influence on the physical results.
TypeConference paper
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/21843
ISBN9788371252167
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessRestricted access (UMinho)
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